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How Project Pitlane has changed F1's battle lines
The news that Project Pitlane has received 20,000 orders for products to help combat the coronavirus pandemic is evidence of Formula 1's pulling power in a time of crisis. It has even managed to bring two fractious rivals together. Could it be a sign of things to come?
The race bays of Formula 1 teams at this time of year are normally buzzing with activity, as staff inspect, check and ready cars between their return and departure from races.
But amid the coronavirus pandemic, the world isn't normal. Races aren't happening; and F1 factory shutdowns mean that no work is being done on the currently dormant cars.
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